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Art exhibit coming down in Center Courtyard, help needed

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – FractaLife is coming down at the Center for the Arts and renowned artist Claudia Bueno needs some help.

Art assistants are needed to help Bueno remove the exhibit that has been in place in the Center Courtyard since August. Deinstallation will begin this weekend through next week. Volunteers are needed for the following shifts:

  • Sunday, April 2, 9am-12pm and 12pm-5pm
  • Monday, Aril 3, 9am-12pm and 12pm-5pm
  • Tuesday, April 4, 9am-12pm and 12pm-5pm
  • Wednesday, April 5, 9am-12pm and 12pm-5pm

“This is a fun way to hang out with a professional artist and support creativity in our community,” CFA’s creative initiatives coordinator Carrie Richer said. Volunteers will climb ladders, cut zip ties, take installation shapes down, and pack them away.

For more information or to sign up for a shift, email Carrie Richer, or call The Center at 307-734-8956.

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